Danger Zone Food Safety

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Most food safety advice boils down to this: Keep hot foods hot, cold foods cold. That's the cardinal rule of the food service industry. That's danger zone food safety. It begins the moment food is purchased and goes beyond common sense precautions like keeping your food, hands and kitchen sparkling clean and germ-free.

Tainted food can cause serious illness, and quite often we cannot even see or smell the effects of the harmful bacteria before it's too late. When it comes to food safety, slipping on a banana peel is the least of our worries.




All food goes bad eventually, no matter how it's handled. Make it later rather than sooner. Here are some practical tips and guidelines to help you transport, cook, serve and store food safely, out of the danger zone.
 

Danger Zone Food Safety

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